Student Profile
Nicole Magloire '12

Nicole is a communication major and dance minor with a strong interest in performing arts.

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Why Choose
Cedar Crest?
  • Personalized attention
  • Average class size <20
  • Women's leadership opportunities
  • Flexibility to add dual major, minor

The Crestiad

If you’ve ever wanted to cover a breaking news story, fine-tune your photography and design skills, or share your opinion on the latest entertainment news, this is your chance.

The Crestiad—Cedar Crest College’s award-
winning newspaper—is run exclusively by student writers and editors.
Its primary goal is to keep students informed about the events and issues that touch the Cedar Crest community—and to provide students with an internship-quality media experience right on campus.

What do we mean by an “internship-quality” experience? The skills that our students develop at The Crestiad give them a competitive edge when it comes to finding a career in print or online journalism, graphic design, marketing and other related fields. Because communication and teamwork skills are top priorities for most employers, joining The Crestiad staff is a smart move for students of any major!

The Crestiad staff is responsible for:

  • Editorial content for news, lifestyles, opinion, features and athletics
  • Editing stories before print
  • Newspaper layout
  • Website updates and content
  • Advertising
  • Distribution

More Reasons to Join The Crestiad

All Cedar Crest students are invited. Students of all academic standing—including first-year, adult and graduate students—are encouraged to join The Crestiad. No experience is required!

It can count toward your degree. Students can register for COM 150: The Crestiad for 0 to 3 college credits.

It makes you a member of larger student organizations. The student staff is a member of the Associated Collegiate Press and the Student Press Law Center.

You can meet professional media members. Members of The Crestiad travel to New York City each spring for the annual National College Media Convention.